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  1. #1226
    Quote Originally Posted by RichardLouis View Post













    How do you take screenshots like that ? would like to know
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  2. #1227
    Quote Originally Posted by Bomber_12th View Post
    Absolutely incredible screenshots, Richard, all of them! I especially like the Stearmans in the snow.
    Quote Originally Posted by Manschy View Post
    Richard - go outta here! You will cause a lot of depressions by a lot of flightsimmers who want to show their screenshots here. This is hardly unfair competition!

    You can amend the wrong by creating a tutorial for this hot stuff.
    (The heck with it, he is simply an artist...)
    Thanks to you for your enthusiasm. I'm happy that the screenshots please you.
    Be assured Manschy that I am not the devil. It's just the pleasure of sharing a passion.
    It must be recognized that one of the strengths of MSFS is to have the drone camera mode.
    It is a fantastic tool for taking captures.
    Richard

  3. #1228
    Quote Originally Posted by musterpilot View Post
    How do you take screenshots like that ? would like to know
    For these screenshots, I took the XCub and Fly Tampa-Vegas scenery.
    Fly over the strip at low altitude, pause MSFS and with the drone camera I "walked" along the Strip. The zoom "+" or zoom "-" allows you to focus on a point of interest.

    Richard

  4. #1229

    Arches NP

    Some points of interest :
    Park Avenue, Three Gossips, The Organ, Tower of Babel
















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  6. #1231
    Parade of Elephants, Double Arch, Turret Arch, North and South Windows






    Delicate Arch






    Petrified Dunes




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  10. #1235
    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

  11. #1236

  12. #1237
    Near San Diego, CA
    Untitled-8 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Near Minneapolis, MN (KFCM)
    snowyfcm4 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Near Hoquiam, WA
    Untitled-15 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Near the Bahamas
    Untitled-10 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr

    Near St. Paul, MN
    Untitled-9 by Ryan Butterworth, on Flickr
    FAA FCM ATCT
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  13. #1238
    Ryan, Jankees, Noddy, August and Richard, it is always a pleasure seeing your screenshots!

  14. #1239
    Loving yours too, John! Four weeks in, I didn't think I would be having so much fun with this flight sim.

    August

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  17. #1242
    Quote Originally Posted by noddy View Post

    jet
    That is one ugly jet lol! But your screenshots are very lovely!
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  18. #1243
    Many thanks.

    Nit a looker that for sure, however it is beautifully modeled.

  19. #1244
    Quote Originally Posted by Bomber_12th View Post
    Ryan, Jankees, Noddy, August and Richard, it is always a pleasure seeing your screenshots!

    Thanks John, this kind of little note is a pleasure to read.
    Your screenshots are also greatly appreciated.
    Like you, I have a lot of fun reading this section.
    It is a great source of inspiration that allows us to improve ourselves every day.
    Richard

  20. #1245
    Some Florida flying - I needed to go where there is no snow, or cold.










  21. #1246

    A Visit to Old Wright Field

    There are a number of deactivated airports that you can't select as a departure or arrival point in FS2020, but they still exist on the map, so you can fly over to them, land and take off. One such is the old Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, formerly called Wright Field, home of the National Museum of the USAF. A new, northern section of the base ("Area A") was built in the 1950s and is still active, and can be selected as an airport. To get to the old, closed-down base ("Area B"), you can take off from KFFO, fly over Huffman Prairie, where the Wright Brothers did their flying after they developed airplanes that didn't require the special conditions of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, to get airborne and worked out many of the important problems of making practical airplanes, and then you are over Wright Field.



    This is a photogrammetry area, so the NMUSAF buildings are represented, but a bit crudely, not as if they were done by hand or autogen. The large aircraft displayed outdoors are rendered as if they were buildings, with the T-tails of the large transports having "walls" that cascade to the ground. Still, it doesn't look too bad. The scenery was captured when the fourth NMUSAF museum building, the R&D/Space/Presidential display hall, was being built, so the sim shows a construction site where there has been a new building since 2015.



    I lined up on the largest of the decommissioned runways. It was reasonably smooth and flat but I think the sim treats it as unimproved ground, so I'd be cautious about landing a delicate jet fighter on it. Maybe later I'll give that a try. As I landed, I noticed some stuff on the ground to the right of the runway, and wondered, what's that?



    I took off again and flew over it, and it turned out that the scenery used in MSFS was captured during one of the museum's Dawn Patrol Rendezvous events, where they invite replica World War I aircraft to fly from the field. There was crude photogrammetry of tents, cars and trailers, and you can sort of make out the replica airplanes on the ground. Also, there was a clearly chalked temporary runway marked out on the turf infield.




    The temporary turf runway isn't very long, but you can easily plop a Stearman or a WWI scout down on it. They should have trimmed the grass a little better though!




    Sadly, this scenery with the Dawn Patrol event is likely to be erased in some future scenery update to the sim. I plan to enjoy it while it lasts!

    August

  22. #1247
    Quote Originally Posted by K5083 View Post
    There are a number of deactivated airports that you can't select as a departure or arrival point in FS2020, but they still exist on the map, so you can fly over to them, land and take off. One such is the old Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, formerly called Wright Field, home of the National Museum of the USAF. A new, northern section of the base ("Area A") was built in the 1950s and is still active, and can be selected as an airport. To get to the old, closed-down base ("Area B"), you can take off from KFFO, fly over Huffman Prairie, where the Wright Brothers did their flying after they developed airplanes that didn't require the special conditions of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, to get airborne and worked out many of the important problems of making practical airplanes, and then you are over Wright Field.



    This is a photogrammetry area, so the NMUSAF buildings are represented, but a bit crudely, not as if they were done by hand or autogen. The large aircraft displayed outdoors are rendered as if they were buildings, with the T-tails of the large transports having "walls" that cascade to the ground. Still, it doesn't look too bad. The scenery was captured when the fourth NMUSAF museum building, the R&D/Space/Presidential display hall, was being built, so the sim shows a construction site where there has been a new building since 2015.



    I lined up on the largest of the decommissioned runways. It was reasonably smooth and flat but I think the sim treats it as unimproved ground, so I'd be cautious about landing a delicate jet fighter on it. Maybe later I'll give that a try. As I landed, I noticed some stuff on the ground to the right of the runway, and wondered, what's that?



    I took off again and flew over it, and it turned out that the scenery used in MSFS was captured during one of the museum's Dawn Patrol Rendezvous events, where they invite replica World War I aircraft to fly from the field. There was crude photogrammetry of tents, cars and trailers, and you can sort of make out the replica airplanes on the ground. Also, there was a clearly chalked temporary runway marked out on the turf infield.




    The temporary turf runway isn't very long, but you can easily plop a Stearman or a WWI scout down on it. They should have trimmed the grass a little better though!




    Sadly, this scenery with the Dawn Patrol event is likely to be erased in some future scenery update to the sim. I plan to enjoy it while it lasts!

    August
    I just flew over that, after seeing your post. That is cool! NC

  23. #1248
    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

  24. #1249
    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

  25. #1250
    You can find most of my repaints in the library here on the outhouse

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